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Hidden Caribbean Property Hotspots : Dominica


Nubricks.com Dominica is one of the most unspoiled and underdeveloped islands in the Caribbean, with waterfalls and lush rain-forests aplenty. So, is this banana exporting nation beginning to bare fruit as a property hotspot?
Dominica is an island nation and borderless country in the Caribbean Sea, the northernmost and largest of the Windward Islands.


The island is characterized by a very rugged and rocky terrain, which makes it impossible for plantation production. However, Dominica has been a producer of coffee, cocoa, and citrus fruits throughout its history, but its biggest share of agricultural production since the 1950’s belongs to bananas.


Formerly a British colony, Dominica became independent in 1978 and remains a member of the British Commonwealth. In Latin, its name means ‘Sunday,’ which was the day on which it was discovered by Christopher Columbus.

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